JK Educate Offers Free Tutoring to Students in Wuhan
Online tutoring is proving to be an ideal way of teaching students who are in isolation because of the new coronavirus and unable to attend school. The interactive technology of an online classroom allows teaching to take place with a shared screen, allowing tutors and students to upload documents, write together, see each other and keep a copy of documents.
The use of online tutoring has certainly been invaluable to students in isolation in China’s Hubei province, where the coronavirus outbreak began. JK Educate delivers online tutoring to a growing number of students in China. They heard from their contacts that children in Wuhan would benefit from tutoring, to avoid falling dramatically behind in their studies while their schools were closed.
Over the last few weeks, JK Educate has been tutoring students in Wuhan free of charge. Joint Managing Director Lorrae Jaderberg comments: “It is a pleasure to be able to offer help to students in need at this difficult time in the region”.